Time: 10:00-12:00 Hours
Where: River City Bangkok

Exhibition #1: “From Monet to Kandinsky”
Admission Fee: 250 Baht each for group of above 20 persons, otherwise 350 Baht each.
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Exhibition #2: “Art for Everyone”
Admission is free

Time: 12:00-13:30 Hours
Where: Restaurant “Never Ending Summer”
Price: Typical mains cost 200 to 400 Baht

Attendance:   Please email to Rotary Club of Bangkok (rotarybangkok@gmail.com), please tell if exhibition only or incl lunch.


Exhibition #1: From Monet to Kandinsky

The exhibition «From Monet to Kandinsky. Visions Alive» presents the works of 16 most reputable masters of modernism in a unique combination of animated video projections going along with appropriate music.

Acclaimed internationally, this cutting-edge multimedia exhibition includes Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Paul Gaugin, Henri Rousseau, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Gustav Klimt, Paul Signac, Piet Mondrian, Amedeo Modigliani, Vincent van Gogh, Pierre August Renoir, Juan Gris, Paul Klee, Edward Munch, Kazimir Malevich, and Wassily Kandinsky.

Exhibition #2: Art for Everyone

This exhibition is the third year, at River City Bangkok’s Galleria 2, from 20th June to 7th July 2019.  It is to show the works from amateur artists to the public. Rtn. Vongthip Chumpani initiated this charitable project with the cooperation from PP Linda Cheng, Managing Director of River City Bangkok.   Part for the proceeds from six paintings of Rtn. Vongthip Chumpani’s and one painting from Associate Professor Piyanan Prasarnrajkit, daughter of PP Professor Ananta Krukeo, will be donated to Rotary Club of Bangkok for charity projects.

Lunch: Never Ending Summer

Never Ending Summer Restaurant might have a strange and cheesy name, but it is actually quite an elegant and sophisticated place to dine. Located within a converted industrial warehouse next door to Millennium Hilton, it is nonetheless a welcoming spot to dine thanks to an abundance of hanging plants.

This cool restaurant serves classy versions of traditional Thai cuisine such as fragrant green curry and tender beef massaman curry and also some rare Thai dishes that are hard to find and they are prepared with fresh high-quality ingredients in an open kitchen. The food is inspired by traditional Thai cuisine but it also has contemporary and European influences. Mains cost between 200-400 baht, putting it safely in mid-range price scale of Bangkok restaurants.

The chic and trendy atmosphere and the stylish modern warehouse setting make it perfect for a date night or a meal out with friends. It is located within the Jam Factory, which is a large compound that also includes an architecture studio, a book store and an art gallery.